Terrence Ross Injury: Updates on Raptors Wing’s Finger and Return

November 9th, 2016 by Scott Polacek Leave a reply »

Toronto Raptors swingman Terrence Ross suffered a sprained right index finger and missed Wednesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, per the team's media relations department.

Continue for updates.

Ross Suffered Injury in Practice Wednesday, Nov. 9 According to the team, Ross' hand was slapped in practice Tuesday, which led to the injury.

Losing Ross for extended time would be a blow for Toronto, especially since durability is one of the best things about his game. He has never played fewer than 73 games in a season, and he missed only one regular-season contest in the 2013-14 and 2014-15 campaigns combined.

If Ross misses more time, the Raptors will be without his versatility and ability to play either shooting guard or small forward.

He is averaging 9.0 points per game behind 36.4 percent shooting from three-point range in 2016-17. Ross is dangerous as a three-point shooter. He connected on 38.6 percent of his long-range shots a season ago and shot as high as 39.5 percent from downtown during the 2013-14 campaign.

He averaged 9.9 points per game in 2015-16, taking advantage ...

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